We were heading to our hotel and hadn't eaten yet. We came around a corner and saw a unique looking building and saw that it was a place to eat so we decided to check it out...we were glad we did.
The first question we ask when entering a restaurant is are they able to accommodate gluten allergies. We were assured that they had several options and with slight substitutions could make most things work.
The setting of the restaurant is German/Alpine type building with wooden benches and table. The place is simple and yet has a unique charm about it.
The variety on the menu was not huge (about 7 entrees and 5 vegetarian dishes). If you are not familiar with German food you may need help figuring out what you are ordering. The waitress was there to help with our questions and to even make suggestions as to her preferences.
The food was great and the portions were large. Dessert would have been enjoyable if we had the room for it.
The cost for most entree's was in the $20-$30 range.
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